Tho nnnes. d irlicle from Thompson'
Reporltr of Now York, furnishes ma
Iho gravo con.iuWlion of our cilizer
Tlic L-.i Salic Whig Circula
o n amonj; (!..■ p, ,,[i!,-, » ,, I . : « v . ■ ovory .MiulunjO
Eleroer.1! of Gcnenl History,
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"A^'t lllt>. OTHOBRintMl'"
The Tariffaud Ihc Slate Register.
For Weeks past tho column, of the Register hnvo loomed .villi cdiloriala. denouncing
tho Tariff oel of Iho Ioio Congress, aid with al lensl I
r.ding before Iho publie, all Iho items in thai net upon which a duty hod been let ted.
Wo thought il 10 bo our duly to notice these articles, and in our last paper wo slated
that the ,vl„gs passed that act, because il b.camo accessary to suslam Iho bono, and
credit of Iho government, -to pay .Is dobls and to supply il with Iho means of paymg
it. ordinary oxponsos.-which expenses had been roducod by the whigs down 10 suite..
»■«.-.». of dollars for lie, ear.-oxs half Iho amount expended under the adminis-
tration of Mr. Van Buren i and that in laying tins Tariff, Iho whigs havo sod.serio...
nsled as to protect Iho domestic industry of the country.
We also slntod that ia warring against Iho Tariff acl, passed by Iho whiga, the Re-
gister and the Clique wore warring against the great men of Iho 'democratic' party,—
ngainsl Jackson, Van Buren, Johnson, Wright, Buchanan, Benton and others, who have
all voled for higher Tariffs ll.on that passed by Iho whigs ; and Hint Ibis course of Iho
Regisler was dictated by hostility to Mr. VnnF
Th« editors of llic Rector il. their paper ol la-'. wi-cii. in reply, say that Ihoy
opposed to "the lolo Tariff act, because il robs Illinois," and lhal Ihoy go for the "
teres! of our own Slalo." This, wo are sorry to soy, is dodging Iho question, i
playing the demagogue. How does il "rob Illinois"! Does it operate moro uuequt
proportion towards f
j other Stale! No
"robbed"! The Rcgisli
ition of the State Bank,
woro fitting out Commit
credit of the general governmei
J llie Clique loce Ihe "dear Slalt
a splendid lulcrnol Improvcmi
rs .villi high salaries lo sell Sl
•'high pressure tariff :• What
But they nro opposed to Ihe TamV, t-e-
ties laid by the Into Tariff act are so much higher than Ihe Tariffs of 1824 and 18
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so ".'.' "
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33 per C
II will bo seen from this lablo lhat Iho Tariff of 1SS8 is the highest of Iho four.and
lhal of 1842, Iho <o«*<l. Look, for inslance, at Ihe duty on Woolens, on Ir
Salt, on Sugar— and all these lar.ffe levy a duly on Tea and Coffee except the wh
nir -I 1M2. which admits these articles of every day consumption duly free!
Tariff of 1842, is Ihe lowest of the four. Why, then, does Iho Register call
"high pressure Tariff!" Did Iho editors of that paper uso this lorm becaus
thought il well adapted to address the prejudice „,... i t , )w „i„i, : of their readers)
But the Register pays :
substance, and now repeat, lhat in warring against tho Tariff, the Rogislor wns w
ngainsl iho great men of its own parly, who had volcd for Iho higher Tariffs of
and 1828,— much highor Tariffs ihon thai passed by iho whigs in 1842. Tho issuo thus
formed between us is easily solilod. Wo will refer Iho Register and ils readers to
Document 244 of second session of 27th Congress, pogo 140, whore will bo fou
yeas and nays upon Iho Tariffed of 1824, which passed Iho Scnnlo by Iho following
vole ; and amongst Ihe ye.s will be found Ihe nnmoi of Martin Van Buren, Richard
M. Johnson, John H. Eaton, Andrew Jachson and Thomas H. Bsnton.
»sf. Iloralio a.,m.!«r,° MAKTIN
' Ert, MsbToa -DleV>m>V°fo«rV
In tho same Documont, and on page 158, will be found Iho yens and nay.
Tariff act i»f 1828 as it passed Iho Senate, and among tho yeas will bo found
of Martin Van Buren, Louis M'Lane, Richard M. Johnson, John II. Eat.
K. Kane, Jesse B. Thomas and Thomas H. Benton.
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11 is possible thai Iho editors of Iho Regislor may be unnblo lo procure II
bovo roforrod lo, we will therefore direct lliem lo the pages of ll
they will find recorded Ihcso yeas and nays. Tho acl of 1824 passed Iho Sonale May
13lh. See Senate Journal Isl session I81I1 Congress, page 401. That of 1828, passed
the Senate May 13th. Seo Senate Journal 1st session, 20th Congress, pngodlO. VVo
hope tho editors of the Register will consult these authorities, and never hereafter
will, nut blushing, deny the truth of our statement of this matter.
When we saw the editors of the K-hi-Ilt attacking i lie tariff, and of course all who
had supported thotnriff.wl.ot oll.er inference could lie fairly 'drawn but lhat they were
attacking Mr. Van Buren, who hod voled for the highest Tariff ever passed! What
l '! 1 n',a','-,ww'(e.'.V„„.|\eA.e - I- |.!.-...-i e- ., la - r ,,.,„/..' 1, I ,o a „,-//, ...
,vp niov have ivlil.ni an. , .einuy r, -.-i n -l, ,.! ili» B0 leading and impo.lan
The Slenm-ship Columbia, arrived 01 Boston, has brought more than a MILLION of
DOLLARS in SPECIE.
This must be sad nows to our loco focos. They know il is one of tho happy effects
Whig Candidates for Congress.
r ar among t!ie Locos!
:l] understood that Mr. Calhoun
ends insist that a Convention for
.lion of a candidate for (he Prcs-
.11 not bo held until May, 18-14,
liil- |-v«|.lo »<-iiL-r.-,l!v." IV nVj-.jlrr
. Or. I
designed lo perfect ilie nrranypnio
dency. Does not the Krister »\u
dent disposilt'ni (■> sl.ulllo off Mr
From China, advices are roceived
uiddle of December. There had been o
lot in Canton, the stores of the Engli?
The staff on
Mr. Calhoun intend that tin.' bargain jiii.;.'.k.
od shall he consummated, and the price paid,
before the Southern Presidential votes shall
!->(.' placed within tlie control of the loco foco
parly;) and, second, Mr. C.«Sl.-" r- .:■ .. ' •
tion. These n ret
Sting at Alhnny which n
rho "Washington Spoctoi
i 61 Mr. Colhoun,) m
:ii.v. Die movement at Albiny v
if "wiro pullors"-
of Now York would not sanction it— at
Buren. That pnni-r further says—
nu"y fi ion. Is in (l.o L"s-Hlaluro of Pennsy
inalingMr. B. for President, rosolvc
"the national convention asscmblo i
B.ilnriioro in M iy t 181 1. tin.- lU-h-^iU^nnt i
elected by Congressional d.Mi-ict-? but I
nppointod by n Stato Convention*' — thi
ming the plans both of Mr. Calhoun an
Mr. Van Buron.
There is an nmusin^ l.ycp'av in ihis n
irbolwoontho Globe and Mad^ouinn. Tl
Mau. soman sa ys th.-it Mr. Van Buren is in
n another nrhcio the Ma j.»r>n.:i
ids ell good democrats to Inj
candidates for the Presidency niido, i
Mass Meeting in Macon County.
T .. !] i.i I L.1-* ;
1-.il .cm at livi
\ j-n.-d i»,..., a ,:
notiodof any Convention unless "fai
cd and fairly constituted," and upc
principles ashnrcin stated.
pie, a Convention Was hold in Virgin!
he Presidency. Mr. Van Buroi
i tho Now York Legislature, 101
:c, acting in concert with Virgin